NCTzens! Are you ready to see soloist Ten?

On Thursday, January 4, SM Entertainment announced that Ten of the boy group NCT is now gearing up to release his first solo album sometime in February.

Previously, the singer has already released solo songs through SM Station and the NCT Lab Project. Some of his tracks include “Paint Me Naked”, “New Heroes”, andDream in a Dream.” Meanwhile, his most recent song “Birthday” was released in October 2022.

But this time, he is expected to drop an album for the first time. In the same announcement, the agency asked for fans’ support for Ten. Other details about the album, however, are yet to be unveiled.

Aside from the anticipated album, the idol will also be holding his first ever solo fan concert tour titled 2024 Ten First Fan-Con 1001

According to the post, the fan-con will kick off in Seoul on February 17, and will move to three cities across Asia. In particular, Ten will visit and meet his fans in Bangkok, Hong Kong, and Jakarta from March to April 2024.

In 2023, Ten spent a busy year promoting WayV’s second full-length album On My Youth and NCT’s fourth full-length album Golden Age. This 2024, Ten is set to start off the year with solo activities.

NCTzens congratulate soloist Ten 

Interestingly, this will be Ten’s fourth time making his debut. To note, he first debuted as a member of NCT in 2016, then as a member of its subunit WayV in 2019, and as part of the super group SuperM in the same year. This time, fans are excited to see the all-rounder idol as a solo performer.

On social media, the group’s fandom, NCTzens, have sent their congratulatory messages for the idol. “Finally! He’s getting his well-deserved solo album”, one fan said.


Fans are even more thrilled upon the news as Ten will be the second NCT member to debut as a soloist. In June 2023, Taeyong became the first member to drop his solo album SHALALA. Now, NCTzens are eager to see the artist expand his horizons as an idol, and possibly go on music shows alone.

Featured image: Ten in the concept photo for NCT’s ‘Baggy Jeans.’ Credit: Facebook/NCT